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AJA CPD Seminar: 3D LiDAR Point Clouds by Jersey Laser Scanning
Thursday 11 July 2019 | 12:30 pm - 02:00 pm
AJA CPD Seminar on 3D LiDAR point clouds kindly hosted & presented by Piers Cavill from Jersey Laser Scanning. Piers will present how 3D LiDAR point clouds provide a capability advance to the construction industry as a whole. Laser derived point clouds assist by providing extremely rich and accurate data in an easy to digest, fast and accessible way. Piers will show how to take advantage of this without a large investment in systems and people. He will use local case studies to show how the technology and associated software is likely to increase the efficiency of architecture businesses. LiDAR enables detailed visualisation of small and large projects throughout their life cycles for everyone involved from architect to engineer through to the client, planning authorities and other third parties. AJA Members, CIAT Members, JeCC Members and members of other professional construction organisations / firms in Jersey are welcome to attend. This CPD is complimentary, with a sandwich buffet and drinks from 12:30pm. The Seminar will start at 1.00pm and finishes no later than 2.00pm.
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